Is the demise of the second movie ticket subscription service a warning for the theater industry leader?
News & Analysis: Helios and Matheson Analytics
MoviePass ended with a whimper and a bankruptcy filing.
Alas, poor MoviePass. We knew it well. AMC, Cinemark, and Cineworld hope their sequel alternatives are anything but tragedies.
The rollout of Regal Unlimited, a year after AMC Stubs A-List, seems to make Helios and Matheson's currently suspended MoviePass app obsolete.
Helios and Matheson's struggling multiplex buffet suspends its service, and it wouldn't be a surprise if it doesn't come back.
Some pretty shrewd moves by the country's leading multiplex operator played a part in the fade-out of Helios and Matheson's once-red-hot movie subscription service.
The movie ticket subscription service says it has an even better idea than the last time. Or the time before that.
Having their own movie ticket subscription services will be easier for theater chains than partnering with a third party.
Weak content, the fade-out of MoviePass, and Netflix on the rise are eating into ticket sales at your local movie theater.
The movie subscription service won't be any better off by itself.